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Microelectronics Technicians


Electrical and electronics engineering technicians are expected to have little or no job growth through 2028, according to the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL). This is because of increasing competition within the industry and improved efficiencies and automation of many of the support functions in the electronics industry. Some companies may relocate parts of their development operations overseas to speed up the process and reduce costs, which will reduce the need for workers in the United States. However, more companies will contract out for microelectronics and electrical services in an efforts to reduce costs, which will mean job opportunities for technicians.

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